- Agent AI is looking to automate more of the customer service process.
- He’s not saying that Agent AI’s CRM software — which allows businesses to save customer data, manage different communication channels and visualize customer interactions — isn’t good.
- Specifically, Agent AI’s Co-Pilot and Auto-Pilot services both draw on data about past interactions, the company knowledge base and more.
- Agent AI says Auto-Pilot can answer 50 to 80 percent of routine customer service inquiries.
- Also worth noting: While Agent AI is using free CRM as a way to bring businesses and their data on-board, Hsu said its AI technology also integrates with other CRM services through APIs.
Agent AI is looking to automate more of the customer service process. To do that, it’s built its own customer relationship management product, as well as AI..
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- This service takes advantage of its AppNext Timeline technology, which was unveiled in February of this year.
- According to Natanson, the technology is being integrated into fifteen different applications, all with large, multi-million user audiences.
- AppNext Actions is also integrated into DailyHunt (formerly NewsHunt), a popular Indian content curation service, with as many as 90 million users.
- AppNext Actions allows them to monetize their applications, while offering a service to users they might actually want to use.
- AppNext Actions will suggest the user take a taxi.
AppNext Actions is M Suggestions, but for everything on your phone.
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- Richard Ramsden of Goldman Sachs Research shares how the US financial industry is affected by tightening monetary policy and the presidential transition on our podcast, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs .
- Heath Terry of Goldman Sachs Research discusses the technology’s most promising uses, the industries set to take advantage and how widespread adoption might impact the labor market.
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27 DEC 2016 – Artificial intelligence – the science of teaching computers to think like humans – could reshape the global economy by making both capital investments and labor costs more efficient. That would provide a meaningful boost to productivity growth, which has stagnated since the internet boom of the 1990s. Heath Terry of Goldman Sachs Research discusses the technology’s most promising uses, the industries set to take advantage and how widespread adoption might impact the labor market.
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- ETF Report: Trump pushes gold lower
- Bill Gross says Canada’s housing market is growing ‘more tenuous’
- Michael Sprung’s Top Picks: December 21, 2016
- ETF Report: 4 ways to play U.S. regional banks
- U.S. sues Barclays for mortgage securities fraud
A look back at this year’s top trends in technology and a look ahead to what you need to know about tech for 2017, according to Vala Afshar, chief digital evangelist at Salesforce.
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- Python For Beginners : This course is meant for absolute beginners in programming or in python.
- A guide for writing your own neural network in Python and Numpy, and how to do it in Google’s TensorFlow.
- Create Interactive User Interfaces and Games with the Turtle Module
- Start Python web programming today
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- Project Intu could help IBM make sure those developers choose Watson.
- If people take advantage of this program, Watson could make sure their supposedly “smart” products aren’t quite as elementary as they are now.
- Watson is about to get a lot busier .
- Watson has already been used to do everything from enable robot concierges to help a professor at Georgia Tech manage the online forums of his A.I. course.
- The question is whether those groups will tap Watson, Alexa, Google’s DeepMind, or some other service to provide those A.I. capabilities.
IBM’s Project Intu will make the Watson A.I. more available to developers of robots, Internet of Things products, and more.
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- Amazon Rekognition Is An Image Recognition Service By Amazon
- According to Amazon’s CTO Werner Vogels, “Amazon Rekognition democratizes the application of deep learning technique for detecting objects, scenes, concepts, and faces in your images, comparing faces between two images, and performing search functionality across millions of facial feature vectors that your business can store with Amazon Rekognition.”
- Now it seems that Amazon wants in as well as they have announced Amazon Rekognition .
- As to who might be taking advantage of Amazon’s Rekognition service remains to be seen, as well as the various applications that it might be used for.
- 2016-11-28 Amazon To Start Cracking Down Harder On Counterfeit Products
One of the basic features of artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability to recognize images and process them. Companies like Microsoft and Google…
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